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Outbreak of bedbugs creates faster method of detection

You have most likely heard of drug-sniffing dogs and bomb-sniffing dogs, but what about bedbug-sniffing dogs? Well, two local dogs have been specially trained to search for the bugs with their nose.

You have most likely heard of drug-sniffing dogs and bomb-sniffing dogs, but what about bedbug-sniffing dogs? Well, two local dogs have been specially trained to search for the bugs with their nose. They are part of the arsenal of a west-metro-area pest control company. The dogs can detect infestations earlier and search rooms much more quickly than their human handlers. Fox 21 in Duluth reports the story.